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Rattlers game story from Quad Cities site

Timber Rattlers knock out Jenkins early, down Quad Cities
Wisconsin gets early 6-0 lead and hangs on for 6-5, series-clinching win
By Marco LaNave

Quad Cities River Bandits right-handed starter Tyrell Jenkins was knocked out in the second inning Wednesday night in his first start since June 2, and the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers' six runs in that inning were enough to get a 6-5 home win at Time Warner Cable Field at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute, Wis.

River Bandits second baseman Colin Walsh hit his league-leading 16th home run in the third inning, and left fielder Anthony Garcia brought Quad Cities within one run with his ninth home run in the seventh. But both Walsh and Garcia grounded out as the final two batters against Timber Rattlers right-hander Tommy Toledo with the tying run in scoring position in the ninth inning. Toledo earned his fourth save for Wisconsin (2-4, 46-29).

Jenkins (1-3) lasted just 1 2/3 innings after he came off the disabled list to make his first start since June 2. He was charged with three hits, five runs and four earned runs, while he walked two and struck out three.

After a 1-2-3 first inning with two strikeouts, Jenkins allowed the first four Timber Rattlers to reach in the second. Center fielder Mitch Haniger hit a leadoff single to center field, and first baseman Nick Ramirez drove in Haniger with a double to right field. Catcher Cameron Garfield then brought in Ramirez with a double to left field. Down 2-0 with no one out, Jenkins walked shortstop Yadiel Rivera before striking out right fielder Max Walla and getting a pop out by second baseman Carlos George for the first two outs. Jenkins walked designated hitter Chadwin Stang to load the bases and was removed with a 2-0 deficit.

Left-hander Jonathan Cornelius relieved Jenkins and allowed a two-run single to Timber Rattlers left fielder Lance Roenicke. Cornelius then fanned third baseman Brandon Macias, but the inning continued, because the ball got past catcher Juan Castillo, who was charged with a season-high four passed balls to increase his season total to a Midwest League-high 14. Haniger, the 10th batter of the inning, capitalized with his second single of the inning, which brought in two runs and extended the Wisconsin lead to 6-0. On the play, the River Bandits got the final out of the inning by catching Macias in a rundown.

Quad Cities (3-3, 38-37) answered in the top of the third inning, when Walsh hit a three-run home run against Wisconsin right-hander Matt Miller (6-5), who lasted five innings and allowed four runs on six hits. The homer increased Walsh's league-leading RBI total to 61. Designated hitter Matt Williams brought Quad Cities within 6-4 with a fourth-inning RBI single to drive in shortstop Luis Mateo.

Cornelius pitched four innings in relief, allowing eight hits but only a single unearned run while walking one batter and striking out five. Right-handers Travis Miller and Ethan Cole combined for 2 1/3 shutout innings.

The River Bandits lost their first series in their last five, but they will try to rebound in their first home series of the second half, a three-game set against the Cedar Rapids Kernels beginning Thursday night at Modern Woodmen Park. Right-hander Sam Gaviglio (3-5) will oppose Kernels right-hander Austin Wood (3-6).

UP NEXT: "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan will be at Modern Woodmen Park for Pro Wrestling Night Thursday, June 28, to kick off the next River Bandits home stand. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. for the 7 p.m. game against the Cedar Rapids Kernels. It's also a Barrel House Thirst-Day presented by Rock 104.9, the CW and the River Cities' Reader. Single-game tickets are on sale at the River Bandits box office at Modern Woodmen Park, by phone at 563-322-6348 (563-3-BANDIT) and online at http://www.riverbandits.com. Season ticket and mini-plan packages start at just seven games and begin at less than $50. Call a River Bandits account representative today to choose your seats and get the details of our various mini-plan packages.


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UW-Milwaukee's Chad Pierce is the choice to take promoted Drew Gagnon's rotation spot, and he gets the prime time TV game Thursday night for the locals.


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Brewers 2012 27th round draft pick RHP Tyler Duffie (profile page), a draft-eligible redshirt sophomore from TCU, has reportedly informed Milwaukee "that he intends to return for his junior year where he hopes to become a more utilized asset for coach Jim Schlossnagle" (link).

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This June 9th article indicates that 18th round RHP Hunter Adkins is heavily leaning toward returning to Middle Tennessee State.


Yes, we have the Draft Forum, but this will garner a larger audience here --

This article printed just today regarding Canadian high school OF and 39th round Brewers pick Derek Jones. It includes:

Jones was the 26th Canadian player selected in the draft. An all-around athlete who also played hockey and volleyball for his school Jones was named St. Marguerite d’Youville’s senior male athlete of the year this year.

He had a .420 average for the Panthers baseball team, leading the club to its second consecutive Region of Peel Secondary School Athletic Association (ROPSSAA) title.

“I can bat for a high average and have range in the outfield,” said the 6-foot-3 Jones in describing his game.

While the Brewers have also told him they want to see his play over the next few weeks before offering him a contract, Jones has another option. He has committed to attend Rose State College in Midwest City, OK. His brother Marc has completed his freshman season there.


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This was a very sad display. I did not listen because I had a softball game and to be honest, I am glad I didn't. By the time I got home it was already 12-0. One Brewers pitcher made it out unscathed. Martin Viramontes. 1.1 IP 1 H 0 R 1 BB 3 K for Martin. The rest of them can see their name in the internet next time. This game can be very cruel, but tomorrow has to be considered separate from everything that happened today.

The hitters were not clicking either. 3 hits and 4 BB's total including a hit each for Raul Mondesi Jr. and Michael Garza. Michael Reed and Chris McFarland had walks.

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Yonki injury alert? I hope he is okay. He has been a fun follow thus far.

Missoula Bottom of the 6th

Tyler Bream lines out to shortstop Kevin Berard.
John Leonard singles on a ground ball to second baseman Adrian Williams.
Daniel Pulfer homers (1) on a fly ball to left field. John Leonard scores.
Defensive Substitution: Alfredo Rodriguez replaces left fielder Yonki Hernandez, batting 7th, playing left field.

Socrates Brito strikes out swinging.
Breland Almadova walks.
Rudy Flores strikes out swinging.


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Apologies in advance, as I'm going to keep this short since I'm tired. The Stars fell behind 4-0 after the top half of the 5th, but by the time the third out had been recorded in the bottom of the 6th, they'd rallied back to tie the game 4-4. Unfortunately, the bullpen wasn't able to keep Huntsville in the game, as Mobile chalked up four more unanswered runs to secure the win.

Starter Evan Anundsen didn't have a very good outing: 5 IP, 7 H, 4 R/3 ER, 2 BB, 1 K, 7:5 GO:AO. Brandon Kintzler allowed two runs in his inning of work, and really hasn't been good at all yet with Huntsville. New Star Philippe Valiquette allowed five hits in his 1.1 IP -- five! -- along with 2 R/1 ER.

Tommy Manzella was back in the lineup today at SS, so whatever injury he'd been nursing the past couple of days obviously wasn't serious. He was 1-3 on the game with a double and RBI. Manzella was subbed out of the game, but it came as part of a double-switch in between the 6th & 7th.

Josh Prince went 2-4 with a pair of doubles, and a pair of outfield assists at home plate! Prince was the only player involved in throwing the ball home on both occasions, not the front end of a relay. Hunter Morris was also 2-4, and he knocked yet another double to increase his Southern league-leading tally; Morris also had one RBI. Scooter Gennett went 1-2 (single) and walked twice. Domnit Bolivar came up with a pinch-hit (batted for the Anundsen) RBI double in the 5th in his only plate appearance. And thus ends the list of Stars who collected hits today. The only two walks drawn by Huntsville hitters were Gennett's.


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The three-run 6th that tied the game at 4-4:

Huntsville Bottom of the 6th
-Pitcher Change: Eric Smith replaces Chase Anderson, batting 9th.
-Scooter Gennett walks.
-Hunter Morris doubles (26) on a line drive to left fielder Daniel Kaczrowski. Scooter Gennett scores.
-Hainley Statia grounds out to first baseman Yazy Arbelo. Hunter Morris to 3rd.
-With Anderson De La Rosa batting, wild pitch by Eric Smith, Hunter Morris scores.
-Anderson De La Rosa grounds out, shortstop Chris Owings to first baseman Yazy Arbelo.
-Kentrail Davis reaches on fielding error by third baseman Matt Davidson.
-With Tommy Manzella batting, Kentrail Davis steals (11) 2nd base.
-Tommy Manzella doubles (7) on a fly ball to right fielder Marc Krauss. Kentrail Davis scores.
-Offensive Substitution: Pinch hitter Juan Sanchez replaces Daniel Meadows.
-Juan Sanchez grounds out, second baseman David Nick to first baseman Yazy Arbelo.



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STARS COMEBACK FALLS SHORT AGAINST BAYBEARS

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – After turning a four-run deficit into a tie game, the Huntsville Stars fell to the Mobile BayBears by a score of 8-4 in the second game of a five-game series at Joe Davis Stadium on Wednesday night.

Beginning in the fourth inning, the Stars had to play catch-up. To start the inning, BayBears right fielder Mark Krauss singled and second baseman David Nick doubled off of Stars starter Evan Anundsen. Following a one-out walk by left fielder Dan Kaczrowski, a bases-clearing double from catcher Rossmel Perez gave Mobile an initial 3-0 lead.

In the fifth inning, following a single by shortstop Chris Owings and an error by Stars shortstop Tommy Manzella to advance Owings to third, a sacrifice fly by Nick made the score 4-0 in favor of the BayBears.

However, the Stars began their comeback push against BayBears starter Chase Anderson in the fifth inning. To lead off the frame, right fielder Kentrail Davis reached via an error and then scored on a pinch-hit double by Domnit Bolivar to cut the Stars deficit to three.

For the Stars, their comeback continued into the sixth inning as second baseman Scooter Gennett walked against Mobile RHP Eric Smith to lead off the inning. The next at-bat, Gennett scored on a RBI double by first baseman Hunter Morris to make it a 4-2 game. After advancing to third on a Hainley Statia groundout, Morris scored on a wild pitch from Smith to cut the BayBears lead to one. Then, with two outs, Davis reached on another error and then scored on a RBI double from Manzella to tie up the ballgame.

From that point on, the BayBears dominated the night as they scored the final four runs of the ballgame.

On the pitching side, Stars reliever Brandon Kintzler fell to 0-2 on the season after he allowed Mobile center fielder Evan Frey to score on a wild pitch and gave up a solo home run to Krauss in the seventh inning.

Mobile also got two insurance runs in the ninth inning on a sacrifice fly by first baseman Yazi Arbello and a RBI single by Kaczrowski off of Stars LHP Philippe Valiquette.

In his second start since coming off the disabled list, Anundsen gave up four runs on seven hits through five innings for his second straight no-decision.

On offense, Morris led the way with another 2-for-4 night at the plate, his second in as many nights. For Morris, the RBI double in the sixth gave him his 24 th run batted in during the month of June, a total that leads the Southern League. The double was also his league-leading 26 th of the season.

Game three of a five-game series will begin on Thursday as the Stars will send RHP Kyle Heckathorn (2-7, 4.37 ERA) to the mound to square off against LHP David Holmberg (0-1, 4.26 ERA). First pitch is at 6:43 PM.


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Final: Nashville 4, Round Rock 0

Buller Homers Twice As Sounds Blank Express, 4-0
Four Pitchers Combine For Nashville's PCL Co-Leading Seventh Shutout

ROUND ROCK, Tex. - Catcher Dayton Buller homered twice to power the Nashville Sounds to a 4-0 shutout victory over the Round Rock Express in the opener of a three-game series on Wednesday night at The Dell Diamond.

Four pitchers combined for Nashville's PCL co-leading seventh shutout of the season, which also snapped an eight-game losing streak to the Express at The Dell Diamond.

Nashville (32-48) went yard three times on the night has homered in 10 of its last 12 games overall. Buller's two-homer performance marked the first multiple-homer game of his 11-year career and third two-homer effort by a Sound this season.

Shortstop Jeff Bianchi had two hits and a stolen base while second baseman Eric Farris singled to extend his hitting streak to nine games, which matches a season high.

Nashville starter Wily Peralta (3-8) tossed 5 2/3 shutout innings before experiencing leg cramps and precautionary leaving the contest. The 23-year old allowed four hits and three walks while inducing three double plays for the victory.

Buller took Rangers rehabbing starting pitcher Derek Holland deep in the top of the third inning to give the Sounds a 1-0 lead. The homer was Buller's first of the season and first in 166 at-bats since August 5, 2010 vs. Carolina.

· AUDIO: Dayton Buller's First HR

In the next frame, first baseman Sean Halton went yard on Round Rock reliever Ross Wolf for the game's next run. Later in the inning after hits from left fielder Jordan Brown and second baseman Eric Farris, Express shortstop Luis Hernandez committed a costly fielding error during Buller's routine groundout that allowed Brown to score.

· AUDIO: Sean Halton Goes Deep

Later in the contest during the seventh inning, Buller hit a towering fly ball down the left field line that landed on top of the roof of the home run porch that was initially ruled a foul ball. After Sounds manager Mike Guerrero appealed, which caused the umpires to convene and change the call to a home run, Round Rock manager Bobby Jones was ejected.

Reliever Robert Wooten stranded his only batter in 1 1/3 scoreless inning. Mike McClendon followed with a perfect inning and one strikeout. Jim Henderson struck out two in an inning to end the game.

In his first rehab start, Holland (0-1) gave up one run on three hits in three innings for the loss.

The Sounds and Express continue with the second game of a three games series at 7:05 pm CT at The Dell Diamond. Coming off a strong performance and victory, right-hander Mark Rogers (3-4, 5.65) takes the hill for the Sounds against Express righty Derek Hankins (2-4, 4.20).

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When Wily Peralta walked his 3rd batter I hopped up and ran to the bathroom quick only to get back and hear that he had pulled for an apparent injury. I was pretty worried until the next inning when Jeff mentioned he thought it was leg related, and then relieved a couple of innings later when it was revealed to be cramping. This was the first Peralta start I caught all of, and I was pretty happy with him, he was ahead in counts, getting a ton of groundballs, and 2 of the hits against him were borderline misplayed balls on the IF ruled hits. Did you know that Wily was leading the PCL in GB ratio?

Free Jim Henderson! I agree with Jeff that Henderson is certainly worthy of an all-star appearance.

Dayton Buller hadn't hit a home run in over 160 games if I remember what Jeff said correctly, but he hit 2 tonight. Jeff Bianchi (pronounced Bee-ankee which still surprises me) had the other multi-hit game as he was 2-3 with a walk and queue the calls for Sean Halton to get more playing time. Halton did get caught stealing (which oddly I don't remember) and Caleb Gindl got picked off first.

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3rd round RHP Zach Quintana, the Nevada high schooler, made his pro debut for Maryvale tonight

AZL Giants Bottom of the 6th
Pitcher Change: Zachary Quintana replaces Carlos Sosa.
Christian Diaz grounds out, first baseman Alan Sharkey to pitcher Zachary Quintana.
Travious Relaford singles on a ground ball to third baseman Taylor Smith-Brennan.
With Randy Ortiz batting, wild pitch by Zachary Quintana, Travious Relaford to 2nd.
Randy Ortiz walks.
Stephen Branca grounds into a force out, third baseman Taylor Smith-Brennan to second baseman Jose Sermo. Travious Relaford to 3rd. Randy Ortiz out at 2nd. Stephen Branca to 1st.
Hector Mercedes singles on a ground ball to left fielder Malcolm Dowell. Travious Relaford scores. Stephen Branca to 2nd.
With Ryan Honeycutt batting, wild pitch by Zachary Quintana, Stephen Branca to 3rd. Hector Mercedes to 2nd.
Ryan Honeycutt flies out to center fielder Dionis Hinojosa.

AZL Giants Bottom of the 7th
Mitchell Delfino singles on a line drive to center fielder Dionis Hinojosa.
Shayne Houck flies out to right fielder Jose Pena.
Eldred Barnett strikes out swinging.
Christian Diaz strikes out swinging.


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5. Garfield wasn’t the only Rattler with three hits tonight. Lance Roenicke had three, including the two-run single in the second inning. You may want to check the Post-Crescent Sports section in the morning. Mike Woods got a quote from Lance’s dad, who was tuned in on the radio for the first hit and got to the ballpark to see the next two hits. Lance’s dad, you know, Ron Roenicke.


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Wisconsin Timber Rattlers' win serves as Roenickes' reunion
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GRAND CHUTE — Good days have been harder to come by for Milwaukee Brewers manager Ron Roenicke this season. But you can count Wednesday as a very good day.

Roenicke started the day in Cincinnati and saw his Brewers get a much-needed 8-4 win against the first-place Reds and avoid a three-game sweep.

Then he got home, hopped in his car and drove to Time Warner Cable Field at Fox Cities Stadium and watched his son Lance go three-for-four and drive in two runs as the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers won their second straight with a 6-5 victory over Quad Cities in Midwest League play.

“Oh, they were both great,” Ron Roenicke said of the two games. “We needed a win badly in Cincinnati, but it sure is fun coming and seeing Lance. I don’t get to see him play many games so it was fun.”

And to see your son play well is fantastic for any father, no matter what your occupation.

“That was great,” said Roenicke of Lance, who raised his average to .625 in his brief time with the Rattlers. “We heard him get one hit on the drive up here and then got to see him get a couple more.”

For the Roenickes, being on the same field at the same time has been a rarity.

“I think this is just the third game he’s seen me since high school,” said Lance, who along with Mitch Heniger delivered two-out, two-run singles in a six-run second inning. “He saw two games in college, both of those games this year, and then tonight. It was nice having him here, I wish I would have known he was there (in the stands).”

Ron Roenicke may be here again today, as the Brewers have a day off. But it will be because of Lance Roenicke’s play that will get him on the lineup card.

“The report is he grinds out some ABs, and he’s shown to do that in limited opportunities here,” said Rattlers manager Matt Erickson. “But I think I should throw him in there again and give him another opportunity. I think that would be a good manager’s move.”

Lance Roenicke would love that opportunity and would love to play in front of his father again.

“There’s a little more pressure just because I know he’s here,” said Lance, “but I’ve played in front of him before; football and basketball back in high school. I like when he comes around. It’s a good feeling having him here.”

In part because for Lance, it rekindles some pleasant childhood memories and brings together a nice symmetry.

“I think it’s fun for him to come down here and see me play because this is how I grew up,’’ said Lance. “I watched my dad coach in the minor leagues when I was young, and so now I’m here playing and he’s watching me. So it’s kind of cool.’’


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Final: DSL Braves 3, DSL Brewers 2

DSL Brewers Box Score
21 year old Juan Santiago finally gave up his first runs (1 earned) of the season, but it's hard to be excited about a 21 year old at the lowest level of professional baseball without an accurate scouting report to go with. Juan went 5IP allowing 6H, 2R, 1ER, 1WP, and 1BB against 6SO posting a 9:0 ratio. Victor Diaz made his first appearance of the season pitching a scoreless inning. Junior Flores is having a rough start and got the loss giving up a run over his 2 innings.

On the offensive side Francisco Castillo led the way going 3-4 with a 2B and he stole 2 bases bringing his season total to 17. Carlos Belonis went 2-4 with a triple and was caught stealing for the 4th time. Alejandro Mendoza added the other XBH, a 2B. The defense was poor in this game as the Brewers committed 4 errors, Belonis his 6th (fielding), Jose Dicent his 1st (fielding), and Santiago and Diaz had errant pick off attempts. However both pitchers also record a PO at 1B in the game.

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Pretty bad sequences for both runs Santiago allowed, at least he got out of it without further damage with 2 big Ks in the 5th.
DSL Braves Bottom of the 1st
    Luis Monasterio singles on a ground ball to center fielder Francisco Castillo.
    Juruengelo Tielman reaches on force attempt, fielding error by shortstop Carlos Belonis. Luis Monasterio to 2nd.
    Miguel Rivero grounds into a force out, second baseman Raphachel Colatosti to shortstop Carlos Belonis. Luis Monasterio to 3rd. Juruengelo Tielman out at 2nd. Miguel Rivero to 1st.
    With Ibrahim McKenzie batting, wild pitch by Juan Santiago, Luis Monasterio scores. Miguel Rivero to 2nd.
    Ibrahim McKenzie singles on a ground ball to center fielder Francisco Castillo. Miguel Rivero to 3rd.
    Victor Reyes grounds into double play, shortstop Carlos Belonis to second baseman Raphachel Colatosti to first baseman Alejandro Mendoza. Ibrahim McKenzie out at 2nd.

DSL Braves Bottom of the 5th
Cristian Palacios walks.
Luis Monasterio out on a sacrifice bunt, pitcher Juan Santiago to first baseman Alejandro Mendoza. Cristian Palacios to 2nd.
Juruengelo Tielman singles on a ground ball to shortstop Carlos Belonis. Cristian Palacios to 3rd.
With Miguel Rivero batting, wild pitch by Juan Santiago, Juruengelo Tielman to 2nd.
With Miguel Rivero batting, throwing error by Juan Santiago on the pickoff attempt, Cristian Palacios scores. Juruengelo Tielman to 3rd.
Miguel Rivero called out on strikes.
Ibrahim McKenzie called out on strikes.

The only runs put on the board for the Brewers.
DSL Brewers Top of the 6th
    Yunior De La Cruz lines out to shortstop Cristian Palacios.
    Alejandro Mendoza doubles (1) on a fly ball to center fielder Jose Morel.
    Francisco Castillo singles on a ground ball to shortstop Cristian Palacios. Alejandro Mendoza to 3rd.
    Raphachel Colatosti flies out to right fielder Miguel Rivero.
    Carlos Belonis triples (2) on a fly ball to center fielder Jose Morel. Alejandro Mendoza scores. Francisco Castillo scores.
    Pitcher Change: Ray Cabrera replaces Nelson Leon.
    Elvis Rubio grounds out, second baseman Luis Monasterio to first baseman Ibrahim McKenzie.

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5. Garfield wasn’t the only Rattler with three hits tonight. Lance Roenicke had three, including the two-run single in the second inning. You may want to check the Post-Crescent Sports section in the morning. Mike Woods got a quote from Lance’s dad, who was tuned in on the radio for the first hit and got to the ballpark to see the next two hits. Lance’s dad, you know, Ron Roenicke.


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Tyler Cravy‘s June: 12IP, 10H, 5R, 3ER, 2BB, 17Ks


Just keep making progress Tyler.

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Sounds' Peralta blanks Express
Brewers prospect allows four hits in 5 2/3 scoreless innings
By Jonathan Raymond / Special to MLB.com

Pitching can be unkind to a young arm with power behind it but less refined control.

Wily Peralta has, at times this season, been all too aware of that fact.

On Wednesday, he harnessed his stuff and looked like the pitcher who established himself as the Brewers' top prospect.

Peralta gave up four hits and three walks while striking out four over 5 2/3 innings in Triple-A Nashville's 4-0 blanking of Round Rock. It was the first time this season the big right-hander registered at least five scoreless frames.

"I feel good [about this start]," Peralta said. "I've been bad at times this year; today, I finally got one."

The start brought him a little bit closer to the track he seemed to be on through the first month of the season. In four of his last five outings, the native of the Dominican Republic has limited opponents to three earned runs or fewer. That's something he didn't do once from May 17-June 1, a stretch that saw his ERA climb to 6.83.

The only hiccup in his recent run came in his previous outing on June 22, when he retired only two batters and was charged with four runs against Oklahoma City.

"You know, when you're struggling, you've got a lot of things going wrong," Peralta said. "But I know I can do it. I've struggled before, I know I'll get out of it. I stay positive and work hard and do my best."

Against the Express, he was as close to his best as he's been in a couple of months. Peralta (3-8) got Brad Nelson to hit into an inning-ending double play in the first, leaving runners at the corners. The 23-year-old also stranded a runner at third in the third, then faced the minimum until walking Ryan Spilborghs on his 71st and final pitch.

"I've been struggling this year a little [with command], but it was working tonight," Peralta said. "Locating pitches better, getting ahead in counts, that's the thing I've been working on. Command my pitches, command my fastball. That's it."

The early exit was due to cramping in his legs, something Peralta downplayed.

In his last five outings, MLB.com's No. 40 overall prospect has a 3.80 ERA over 23 1/3 innings, striking out 23 and walking 16. For the season, he's struck out 67 and walked 48 in 77 1/3 innings.

Location remains Peralta's biggest issue. He can blow pitches by just about anyone but knows his impressive velocity won't do much good if he's not in the strike zone.

"I've been working hard in my bullpen sessions, so today on the mound I felt great," he said. "I just want to keep going out there and doing the same -- don't try and throw too hard. Make the pitches and locate it."

This season has been Peralta's most challenging since he pitched in the Rookie-level Arizona League in 2006, the year after the Brewers signed him as a non-drafted free agent. Last year, he struck out 117 over 119 2/3 innings and compiled a 3.46 ERA at Double-A Huntsville before a promotion to the Pacific Coast League. In five Triple-A starts, he was 2-0 with a 2.03 ERA.

After four solid outings to begin this season, Peralta got his first Major League callup and made his Milwaukee debut against the Rockies on April 22.

Catcher Dayton Buller provided most of the offense for the Sounds, homering twice. Sean Halton also went yard.


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Final: Arizona Giants 9, Arizona Brewers 2

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As noted, any game with a Boof Bonser sighting from the opposition is unique - he's on his way back from Tommy John surgery; the Brewers' starter, RHP Maverick Lasker made his 2012 debut, he's been battling lower back issues -- technically I believe this qualifies as an injury rehab from Wisconsin for him, as Baseball America noted his formal placement on the DL last week.

Game was tied at 2-2 heading to the bottom of the 4th, but a 2-spot there followed by a four-run 5th broke things open. Each team committed four errors, but the SF kids did a better job minimizing the damage.

18-year-old 2nd round pick Tyrone Taylor had the only multiple-hit game and stole his first pro base. You'll see three youngsters drew two walks apiece when you click, but through six games, the A-Crew's line is .197 / .262 / .296, last in each category league-wide.

Pitching-wise: 11.12 ERA and 2.49 team WHIP.

World domination may take a bit...

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Defensive Substitution: Alfredo Rodriguez replaces left fielder Yonki Hernandez, batting 7th, playing left field.


This is actually incorrect. Rodriguez replaced Kevin Berard, who injured either his knee or ankle chasing a pop fly into the bullpen in foul territory. Berard had to be assisted off the field.


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Just for the record, Sean Halton has 4 HR in his last 16 AB's. We've been waiting for the power to match his size and maybe this surge is a step in that direction.


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Catching up -

VIDEO PLAYER INTERVIEW: Wisconsin Timber Rattlers pitcher Chad Thompson on his sharp outing Tuesday night


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Not sure how many of his career 28 HR's are captured on video, so I was sure to tweet this to Dayton Buller.


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Wisconsin Timber Rattlers' win serves as Roenickes' reunion
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GRAND CHUTE — Good days have been harder to come by for Milwaukee Brewers manager Ron Roenicke this season. But you can count Wednesday as a very good day.

Roenicke started the day in Cincinnati and saw his Brewers get a much-needed 8-4 win against the first-place Reds and avoid a three-game sweep.

Then he got home, hopped in his car and drove to Time Warner Cable Field at Fox Cities Stadium and watched his son Lance go three-for-four and drive in two runs as the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers won their second straight with a 6-5 victory over Quad Cities in Midwest League play.



Doug Melvin and Craig Counsell were also there last night. We were sitting virtually right next to all three of them, until RR moved over a section to sit with his wife.


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